Connecting Tucson: Southern Arizona’s Disability Resource and Transition Expo – April 12th

Arizona News
March 2014

Connecting TucsonFourteen local agencies are again teaming-up to bring together the hundreds of people with disabilities and their families in Southern Arizona with local service providers for what is expected to become a “signature” event for Tucson.

For those dealing with a disability and asking themselves “What’s next?...” CONNECTING TUCSON is the one-stop shopping opportunity to find those answers!

Last year’s expo was a huge success with nearly 500 attendees and 90 exhibitors. This year, we’ll have up to a hundred service providers that you’ll be able to meet with face-to-face.

You are an important piece of this puzzle!

Come to learn about all of the many options and services available right here in Southern Arizona. There is no registration or entry fee. Come anytime between 9:00am and 1:00pm on Saturday, April 12, 2014 for this third annual event.

Beacon Group
308 W. Glenn Street
(near Oracle Road)
Tucson, AZ 85705

For more information, sponsorship/vendor opportunities, and event updates, visit the Connecting Tucson website at http://www.connectingtucson.org or contact Patrick McCarthy at (520) 622-4874 ext. #166 or pmccarthy@beacongroup.org

About CONNECTING TUCSON
CONNECTING TUCSON is a non-profit cooperative effort of 14 disability service providers within Southern Arizona. The mission of Connecting Tucson is to bring together thousands of people with disabilities as well as family members and caregivers of those with disabilities in Southern Arizona with local service providers. The founding organizations of Connecting Tucson include; the Arizona Division of Developmental Disabilities and Rehabilitation Services Administration, the Sonoran UCEDD,  Amphitheater School District, Easter Seals/Blake Foundation, Goodwill Industries of Southern Arizona, Pima County School Superintendent, DIRECT Center for Independence, Community Partnership of Southern Arizona, DK Advocates, The Centers for Habilitation, Linkages Arizona Developmental Disabilties Planning Council and Beacon Group.